Megha and Jiya hail Rishitaa Jain’s triumph

Why Only Rasoda? The entire nation asked this question after Sony SAB released the track ‘Khol Dimaag Ka Shutter’ ahead of Kaatelal & Sons’ launch. The underlying message of the show was clear – Dreams Know No Gender. Proving this right is a 17-year old Rishitaa Jain who broke the gender stereotypes to make our country proud by clinching won four gold medals at the age of 16 for India in the Commonwealth Powerlifting Championship in 2019 held in Canada.
Rishitaa’s journey has just begun and while she is bound to scale greater heights in her career, she teaches us one very important thing – dreams have no control, they know no boundaries or limits. Then why do we often define our dreams by the gender of the person?
Inspired by a real story, Sony SAB’s Kaatelal & Sons, is a story of Garima and Susheela played by Megha Chakraborty and Jiya Shankar respectively who take on their father’s business of running a local men’s hair salon in Rohtak when adversity strikes despite their father believing that his ancestral shop, aptly named ‘Kaatelal & Sons’, cannot be passed on to his daughters since girls are not meant to pursue such a profession.
While Megha and Jiya are aiming to inspire the audience with ‘Sapno Ka Koi Gender Nahi Hota’ message in reel life, Rishitaa has set a tremendous example in real life. Congratulating this young talent and her exceptional victory in a field which is perceived to be a male-dominated sport, Megha Chakraborty and Jiya Shankar from Sony SAB’s Kaatelal & Sons have a special message for Rishitaa.

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